Recovery Resources

Recovery Resources 2017-02-22T20:15:44+00:00

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National Resources

  • Alcoholics Anonymous official website
    A helpful place to begin finding out about the oldest recovery program.
  • Finding an AA meeting nationally Check out this site if you are traveling and need a meeting.
  • Faces & Voices of Recovery Committed to organizing and mobilizing the millions of Americans in long-term recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction, our families, friends, and allies to speak with one voice. Our organization is dedicated to changing public perceptions of recovery, promoting effective public policy in Washington and in all 50 states, and demonstrating that recovery is working for millions of Americans.
  • Recovery Directory Project National Links of AA,NA and other 12 step families and counselors, link lists, some sober living, and other recovery issues.

Local Resources

Sober Housing

  • Recovery in Action Sober Housing
    Grand House and Park Avenue House which largely cater to the GLBT recovery community.
    National sober housing list.
  • Alliance Housing
    The mission to Alliance Housing is to create, own, and operate housing for low and very low income people in Minneapolis and the wider Twin Cities metropolitan area.
  • Foundations Recovery
    An online website that provides many resources for people in recovery. Part of their mission is to help provide sober living resources.

Recovery Media

  • 12StepRadio
    Live talk/music. Launched in April 2004 by Bill Zimmerman.
  • Recovery Radio Network
    Described as “Digital Recovery for the New Millennium”
  • Recovery – Coast to Coast
    A national radio talk show. (1590 AM, LIFE, K-Life): Daily, 10PM – Midnight (PST)
  • Sobriety On Line
    Providing only the highest quality films and TVthat will inspire, uplift and enrich your recovery experience.

Local Ministries


  • Senior Recovery Center
    Senior Recovery provides a full spectrum of recovery services for seniors – an age-specific treatment program, health and wellness support, and a day-long program of activities and education called the Fellowship Center. We invite all members of the Recovery Church community to drop in and see us during our normal business hours (8 AM – 4 PM). Located at 200 Plato Blvd. E., Saint Paul, MN.
  • Friends in Recovery
    A group started by Health East alumni but has grown to include many people in the twin city area interested in activities relating to recovery. Activities such as pancake breakfasts, boat trips, dinners and entertainment and many more are hosted by Friends of Recovery.
  • Minnesota Department of Health Services
    When you go to this site you can click on Chemical Dependency Treatment Programs and you’ll be able to obtain the addresses for all licensed (Rule 31) treatment programs in Minnesota.

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